Adriaan Remiëns

Adrianus Remiëns

Deer 

Herten, Dear by Adrianus Remiëns, Amsterdamse school, framed“Deer” or “Herten” in Dutch is a beautiful woodcut by Adrianus Remiëns. (1890-1972) This woodcut was made in 1920 by Remiëns, who was an artist that worked in the style of the “Amsterdamse School”. Remiëns  was a sculptor, painter and graphical artist. He made some sculptures for some prominent Dutch architectural buildings in the style of the Amsterdamse School.

The print measures 20 x 13,5 cm, the frame is 32 x 23.5 cm. It has been cleaned, it has a new, acid-free matte and backboard and the original frame and glass.

Price: € 40,- (exclusive of additional shipping costs) 

 

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Ave Lilium

Ave Candidum Lilium

Framed biblical image.

This is a beautiful West European wood engraving from around 1800, maybe sooner. It is a representation of the Holy Mother Mary, crushing a serpent or dragon, the devil or evil if you will, while standing on a crescent moon. Some historians feel that the woman in this scene was not the mother Mary but “The woman of the apocalypse” from the book of Revelations. Through the years, many flawed translations of biblical texts and different cultural interpretations of the Latin scriptures accredited to people believing this was Mary. 

I think this historical artwork is an illustrative page from an old book. At the top of this image is the sun, the moon, Jesus, a halo and seven stars. It seems Mary is holding an iron rod or sword. There is so much religious symbolism in this tiny image that it is practically a historical time capsule of that era. This framed picture is unopened by me and ready to decorate your wall.  It was re-framed around the 1980’s by a professional Belgian restoration and framing studio. (see the pictures) The measurements are ca. 14 x 11 cm for the engraving and 23,5 x 18 cm for the frame. This wood engraving was printed on laid paper. The Latin text in the bottom of the picture reads:

“Ave candidum Lilium fulgidae semperque tranquillae Trinitatis”  

Price: 54,95 euro (exclusive of additional shipping costs) 

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Giovanni J.Untersberger

Giovanni

Panoramic devotional  German poster 1910-1920

Giovanni 1900's devotional poster

“The good shepherd” .

This religious “Schlafzimmerbilden” or “Bedroompictures” by Giovanni, where very popular in Germany around 1910-1920 and decorated many German bedroom wall with the purpose of prayer and devotion.
Josef August Untersberger”, alias Giovanni was an Austrian sculptor and painter. This is a lithograph he made after the original oil painting “the good shepherd”. Many different biblical scenes were available and this is one of them. The lithograph was printed on heavy paper and measures 77,5 x 35,5 cms. The quality of the paper and colors is very good. A small tear in the middle bottom was mended and retouched. Some small (milimeter) tears on the sides where the nails have been. The poster is signed in the plate.

Price: 30 euro (exclusive of additional shipping costs) 

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Henk van Gemert

Two colorful screen printings “Cacti”

“Cacti” is a rare and colorful early work by Henk van Gemert, a Dutch painter and graphical artist. These two color screen prints where made in a period when exotic cacti where very popular in Dutch households due to the popularity of the Verkade (chocolate) collectors albums. My guess is that these screen prints where made at the beginning of van Gemert’s career when he was working for a printing company. Van Gemert also included a little copyright notice in both prints. The prints are both signed in the print by van Gemert.

The prints measure ca. 21.5 x 29 centimeters and the original frames and glass measure approximately 33 x 43 centimeters.

I removed both works from the acidic backboard they were prepared on, repaired some small holes and retouched the missing areas. The mattes, I used for this, are made of new acid free museum board.

Price: € 55,- for both cactus works by Henk van Gemert. (exclusive of additional shipping costs) 

 

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